LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE. Albert Dupont.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.
LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.

LA SOCIÉTÉ PARADISIAQUE: OU LE REVE HÉLATEUR D’UN HYPERGRAPHE SENSIBLE.

5 volumes.

  • Paris: L'Inéditeur, 1989.
  • folio
  • cloth portfolios
  • Unpaginaged.

Price: $7,500.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 124125

This set is one of an edition of 10 numbered copies in a total edition of 21 copies. 25 Original photographs by Albert Dupont. Preface by Isidore Isou.

Contains 25 original photographs handcolored and worked by Dupont on Arches paper. All signed by Dupont. Each volume contains 5 photographs illustrating texts and manifests of Dupont. Volumes also contain a small camera, binoculars, compass, hologram and various assorted items all in their own folders. Each portfolio is in a different colored board folder red, cerise, yellow, blue and green. Each slipcase has a portion of the title on the spine and is in the same colors as the portfolio boards, but not the matching portfolio, so the effect is even more vibrant.

This title comes from a new concept in the social and economic field of the Lettrist Group, which aims at an ideal society based only upon creation and innovation as major values of society, instead of our actual society; ethos based upon work and collectivity, whether in socialism or for profit. In this major work Dupont is expressing his wish fulfillment for his ideal society La Societé Parodisiaque. The volumes contain photography, lettrist, hypergraphic (with signs) infinitesimal (based upon imagination), and the supertemporal (public participation) all explained and shown by different statements of Dupont. The 25 photographs have titles which are either word play or poetic names used for different artists whom Dupont admires, such as The magnetic field André Breton, Eros vertigo Matta, and erotic book without orthograph Arthur Rimbaud, and others. The preface is by Isidore Isou who is the founder of Lettrism. Dupont wanted every photograph to be different and innovative to express his own style and they include drawings, jokes, mystery, manipulation, new materials, objects, letters, codes, signs, light, sound, hologram, kaleidoscope and also of course fun in the style of Man Ray, whom he considers as a reference as photographer and creative artist.